Juventus Striker Will Join Title Rivals in the Summer

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After failing to sign a new contract, Juventus striker Paulo Dybala will join Inter Milan on a free transfer in the summer, reports Gazzetta dello Sport.

Juventus Striker Set to Join Inter Milan

Failing to Reach an Agreement With Juventus

During the current season, Juventus and the agents of Dybala were in talks for a new contract. However, they couldn’t agree on the terms of the deal. The player wanted at least to keep his salary, which was around €10 million. However, Juventus were only ready to propose €7 million. Therefore, Paulo Dybala will leave for free after seven years with the Old Lady.

He helped Juventus win five Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia during his time in Turin. Paulo Dybala also became the “Serie A Most Valuable Player” in 2019/20 and was included in the “Team of the Year” four times. The Argentinian forward scored 81 goals for Juventus and even began the current campaign as the team’s captain.

Seems More and More Likely That Paulo Dybala Will Join Inter Milan

Inter current CEO Beppe Marotta was the one that brought Paulo Dybala to Juventus in 2015. Back then, the forward was also followed by Inter Milan but chose to join the Bianconeri. Now, seven years later, it looks almost certain that Paulo Dybala will join Inter Milan.

The report suggests that Dybala will agree to a four-year contract worth €6 million net per season. The length of the proposal could be crucial as Juventus were unwilling to propose a contract for such a long period.

Dybala is one of the main targets for Inter, as the club is once again struggling financially. Securing a world-class striker for free will allow the management to focus on other departments where investments will be necessary.

In Inter, Paulo Dybala could find a lot of familiar faces. In addition to CEO Beppe Marotta, the forward could reunite with his friends from the national team Lautaro Martinez and Joaquín Correa, and the Argentinian legend Javier Zanetti, who is currently the sporting director of the club.

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